Cadmium - Toxicity in Plants

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ANDRESEN, Elisa, Hendrik KÜPPER, 2013. Cadmium - Toxicity in Plants. In: SIGEL, Astrid, ed., Helmut SIGEL, ed., Roland KO SIGEL, ed.. Cadmium: From Toxicity to Essentiality. Dordrecht:Springer Netherlands, pp. 395-413. ISBN 978-94-007-5178-1. Available under: doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-5179-8_13

@incollection{Andresen2013Cadmi-24908, title={Cadmium - Toxicity in Plants}, year={2013}, doi={10.1007/978-94-007-5179-8_13}, number={11}, isbn={978-94-007-5178-1}, address={Dordrecht}, publisher={Springer Netherlands}, series={Metal Ions in Life Sciences}, booktitle={Cadmium: From Toxicity to Essentiality}, pages={395--413}, editor={Sigel, Astrid and Sigel, Helmut and Sigel, Roland KO}, author={Andresen, Elisa and Küpper, Hendrik} }

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